Acidente com três carros mata homem e deixa feridos na Tamoios em São José dos Campos, SP

O acidente foi registrado por volta das 12h30 — Foto: João Mota/TV Vanguarda
Foto: João Mota

Um acidente na tarde desta segunda-feira (18) matou um homem de 56 anos e deixou três feridas na Rodovia dos Tamoios (SP-99) em São José dos Campos (SP). Um carro invadiu a pista contrária e atingiu dois veículos.

O acidente aconteceu por volta das 12h30 no km 10 da pista sentido São José dos Campos. Às 16h15 a pista seguia interditada para retirada dos veículos da pista.

Um carro que seguia para o litoral norte invadiu a pista contrária e bateu de frente contra dois carros. Com a batida, os três veículos ficaram destruídos.

Acidente com três carros mata homem e deixa feridos na Tamoios em São José — Foto: João Mota/TV Vanguarda
Foto: João Mota

Equipes da concessionária Ecopista (responsável pelo trecho), do Corpo de Bombeiros e do Serviço de Atendimento Móvel de Urgência foram ao local para prestar atendimento às vítimas.

Segundo os bombeiros, um homem de 56 anos morreu na hora. O veículo dele tinha placas de Paraibuna.

Um casal de idosos, de 70 e 68 anos, e um homem, de 33, ficaram feridos e foram levados para o Hospital da Vila Industrial. Os idosos são de Leme (SP) e voltavam de uma viagem em São Sebastião.

Para o atendimento da ocorrência, o km 10 foi completamente interditado. O trecho chegou a registrar dois quilômetros de congestionamento perto do horário do acidente.

Ainda não se sabe quantas pessoas ficaram feridas — Foto: João Mota/TV Vanguarda
Foto: João Mota
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